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This article is part of our series, “Four keys to developing a winning IoT service.” For more from this series, visit William Dupley. Information technology for business has historically been limited to the delivery of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, email, back-office systems, data centers and networking communications. Operational technology... Read More
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This article was originally published to the Nokia blog by Gerald Reddig on February 19, 2019. My last article covered the four elements of 5G security needed to build digital trust. Now, I want to explore why security strategies must be implemented at the outset of 5G planning and before... Read More
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This article is part of our series, “Four keys to developing a winning IoT service.” For more from this series, visit William Dupley. Successful IoT projects usually start with pilots that study the feasibility of the project. By conducting pilots, the IoT team gains insight into the: Impact on the business... Read More

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